At the end of first semester, The Ubyssey gifted you with one of the most valuable lessons you could have ever seen — a list of WiFi passwords at various cafes around the city.
Good is the first member of his community, Snuneymuxw, located near Nanaimo, BC, to be admitted to medical school where he has recently been “matched” with the psychiatry residency program at UBC — his first choice.
When asked if the ride-sharing program was coming to Vancouver any time soon, Heath said, “we’re working with the provincial government, but hopefully by the end of this year.”
If you don't already know, March 8 is International Women's Day where the world celebrates all of the successful, influential and powerful women around the world.
“This year, there are five women running out of the fifteen candidates; there is one woman running for president and two others running for an executive position.”
It’s not okay to be okay. It’s okay to be the best.
It’s the perfect mix of old and new, of historical and modern, that no other city seems capable of pulling off.
On December 6, 2016 UBC experienced a snowfall that caused students to “lose their shit” and yesterday, nearly a year later to the day, students lost their shit for a whole new mystical weather issue — fog.
Movember is an international annual campaign that focuses on supporting and raising awareness for mens' health.
Earlier this afternoon Santa Ono shared a video on his Facebook page, asking students to come to the Nest on Monday, November 27 for a special surprise.
Our next question was then how someone even noticed that there was a mercury spill on campus — it's odourless, colourless and very toxic.
From students’ housing insecurity to the university’s loss of talent, the diverse and far-reaching impacts of Vancouver’s expensive housing market on UBC are clear.
The club “is dedicated to helping those in need in both the local and international community” and for their Halloween initiative, their sending 100 per cent of their proceeds to the kids who aren't able to trick-or-treat this October.
According to their website, “Thrive is a mindset and a week-long series of events focused on building positive mental health for everyone at UBC” that is open to students, staff and faculty.
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